Hi all ... was to be fooled by Elena Orlova ... I was lured by the love letters of her ... Its purpose was to steal money from me ... so attention to these letters made by a similar pattern and sent simultaneously to more people ...
I don't know if you guys noticed this. Anastasia Romanova is the name of princess Anastasia the daughter of tsar Nicholas II whose real was Nicholas Romanov. So this Boris has taking the name from the supossedly last of the Romanov royal family.
anonymous from Australia
firstname.lastname@example.org or Elana same picture os same girl...total scam
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anonymous from Uppsala, Sweden
Is she a scam?
DOC from United States
Hi anonymous from Uppsala, Sweden
The photo you posted is so small...
Just remember the golden rule 'DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY'
Eddie from Sweden
Anon from Uppsala
Can you post more information?
Or read 'the welcome page/ primer for newbies.'
@Fucker Ali Demir !
Yes,we all know you are a Fucker and stupid !
I have removed all your poor comments and photos,plus your fucking e-mail address.
Even if you put your fucking comments on here,
we can delete your all ones quicker.
Go away !
Never put your poor posts on here.